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I amsterdam Card - City Pass for Amsterdam
"Amsterdam has so much to offer including world-renowned museums delicious food and delightful canals. The I amsterdam city card makes it easy to get the most out of your stay in this vibrant city while saving lots of money. With your pass gain free admission to illustrious Amsterdam museums including the Van Gogh Museum Rembrandthuis Museum and Hermitage Amsterdam. Save 25% off popular Amsterdam attractions such as Madame Tussauds and Icebar XtraCold and receive discount offers for restaurants and shows. You'll also get a free city map to help you navigate the streets and canals of Amsterdam and unlimited use of public transport (airport train not included). Enjoy the sights from a free canal also included with your city pass. Your I amsterdam card contains 2 separate chips which can be activated separately
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Guided Motorcycle Sidecar Tour: Dutch Countryside and Muiderslot Castle from Amsterdam
"Start your tour by riding around the city of Amsterdam and seeing all it's most famous and traditional locations such as Central Train Station Nieuwmarkt Leidseplein Rembrandtplein De Dam Prinsengracht Maritime Museum and a glimpse of the Red Light District.Ride 1.5 hours through the beautiful Dutch countryside and explore the picturesque village of Muiden. Enjoy a nice meal (not included) before you continue your journey on to explore the cast
From EUR265.00
 
"Private Full-Day Tour to Rotterdam
"Private Full-Day Tour to Rotterdam Kinderdijk Windmills and Gouda from Amsterdam""Meet your guide at your hotel in Amsterdam at 10am. Start your private tour with the visit of Rotterdam. Rotterdam is Holland's second largest city and one of Europe's largest port. The near-complete destruction of Rotterdam's city centre during World Wa which are an uncommon sight in other Dutch cities. Sights along the way:- Central Station (opened in 2004)- City Hall (opened in 1920 survived the bombing)- Markthal indoor market (opened in 2014)- Cube houses (1984)- Oude Haven (old Harbor) dates back from 1350- Witte Huis (1897) once Europe's tallest office building- Erasmus Bridge (1996) a.k.a. The Swan
From EUR349.00

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Riverboat Docks

When we docked in Nijmegen were were not the first boat there. There was also a Tauck boat and at least one Viking river boat already there. The dock was labeled Viking. There was a man with his...
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Nijmegen Train Station

The first Nijmegen train station was opened in August 9, 1865. The building was located at the present location of the Vereeniging Concert Hall at the Keizer Karel square at the tracks to Kleef in...
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Nijmegen Bus Station

The Nijmegen Bus Station is located at the North side of the Train station.There are many bus services available by a number of bus companies.Local Nijmegen Hermes bus lines:1 - Station Mook-Molenhoek...
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Even Though It's On A Hill!

Despite Nijmegens hilltop location cycling is still the most popular means of local transport and in fact the city centre is closed off to motor vehicles apart from buses and deliveries. The hills...
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Freebie City Shuttle??

I don't know anything about this at all but it seemed like some sort of freebie shuttle bus for getting around the city, perhaps with a solar-powered charging station? The city is of course perfectly...
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Easy To Get To (and from)

I've always been impressed by the Dutch railway system which covers all major towns and cities in the country with clean, comfortable trains, good conections, well-appointed stations and reasonable...
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Bike and shoes

The best way to get a feel for Nijmegen is by renting a bicycle. As the city's government is mostly left winged, there are a lot of bike paths and free bicycle accomodation in the city center which is...
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Push tug

"Schubschiff Franz Haniel 16". And a fine push tug it is! Where would Nijmegen be without them? I just love the sight of these boats going up and down the river Waal, sometimes pushing upto four...
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Train station Nijmegen

Nijmegen has 3 train stations so can be easily reached from several directions by train. The main station is only 5 minutes away from the city centre. At the station, under the station square you will...
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Public transport in and around Nijmegen

Nijmegen is connected by rail from Arnhem (North), Venlo (South East) and 's Hertogenbosch (South West). Trains run frequently and besides the central station there are two smaller train stations in...
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Guided by clear signs

All around the citycentre of Nijmegen, the main touristic targets and other points of interest are directed by handy signs. With these guidance, a walk across town is easily done on your own. If...
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Discover the innertown by foot

The city centre of Nijmegen is small enough to discover by foot, though one has to reckon with the fact that the terrain is on the side of a hill and concludes many stairs or steep roads between the...
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Car and parking

Nijmegen is situated on the Southbanks of the river Waal and has only one bridge! Driving in from the North often has many delay, as for that one bridge is often a bottlenack in traffic. From other...
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Motorcycle parking

At the Waal quay it often looks like a get-together of bikers. I think they are attracted by the surroundings! At the quay it is possible to park your motorbike, and you will often find other bikers...
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Top Hotels in Nijmegen

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Oranjesingel 2c, Nijmegen, 6511 NS, The Netherlands
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Stationsplein 29, Nijmegen, Gelderland, 6512 AB, The Netherlands
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Weg Door Jonkerbos 90, Nijmegen, Gelderland, 6503 CC, The Netherlands
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Hertogstraat 1, Nijmegen, Gelderland, 6511 RV, The Netherlands
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Neerbosscheweg 614, Nijmegen, Gelderland, 6544 LL, The Netherlands
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Waalkade 108-112, Nijmegen, Gelderland, 6511 XR, The Netherlands
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Top Things to Do in Nijmegen

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Market Square

The triangular Grote Markt lies in the center of old Nijmegen. In the square there is a statue of Mariken van Nieumeghen, the chief character in the 15th century mystery play of that name. According...
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Surroundings

The building of the Grote Kerk or St Stevenskerk began around 1260, and the first tower was built in 1307 and complete by around 1560. This gothic church stands on a hill overlooking the Waal river....
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National Liberation Museum

Really interesting museum commemorating Holland's occupation and subsequent liberation during WW2. Groesbeek was the site of part of Operation Market Garden. American airborne troops dropped here and...
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4 days marches

Friday July 22, 2005 i was here again but only to pass the 4 days marches, big trafficproblem in and around Nijmegen, took us a long time to get out of the city but great to see. Monday - July 17,...
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Bycicle Museum

VELORAMA National Bicycle Museum A big collection of bicycles and other attributes from the first one until now. Opening times Weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays and holidays from 11 a.m. to 5...
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Bridges

At Nijmegen, the river Waal makes a sharp bend that forms a bottleneck. At the time of WWII there were two bridges there - a railroad bridge and a road bridge. The arched road bridge was opened in...
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"Ulpia Noviomagus Batavorum"
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"egonwegh's own Nijmegen Page"
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"Nijmegen, residence of ancient emperors"
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Alphons

"Nijmegen, my hometown"
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